Public Worship

Come and worship with us each Sunday – you’d be made very welcome! Morning services are held at 10.30am and Evening services at 6pm. Worship is led by our own Minister, Rev Gareth Roberts, generally on the second and fourth Sunday’s of each month with other local preachers leading our worship at other times. Holy Communion is celebrated on the second Sunday of each month and alternates between the morning and evening services.


Junior Church

From newborns up to late teens Junior Church caters for all ages. The Junior Church join with the congregation at the start of morning worship then head out after the second hymn. There are two classes, Infants/Juniors and Seniors. With songs, crafts, stories and more this is a wonderful time for children to come and learn about Jesus.


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  • Is a way of being church for families involving fun.
  • Is a church, not a craft club, that helps people encounter Jesus as Lord and Saviour.
  • Is found across the world.
  • Values are about being Christ-centred, for all ages, based on creativity, hospitality and celebration.

Messy Church is held every 2nd Sunday in the month, 2.30-5.00pm.

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St Thomas’s Church Guild is open to both men and women of all ages and is a monthly gathering where guest speakers present on various topics.

Also there are numerous outings and other social events. Check the ‘Upcoming Events’ for further details.

The Guild meet on the third Tuesday each month at 7.30pm.


Prayer Meeting

The Prayer meeting happens almost every Tuesday evening at 7.30pm each week except Guild week once a month and some of the holiday periods.

It is led by different people which gives it a diversity of style but the basic aim is to pray about whatever and whomever the attendees wish.

It usually begins with some bible reading and short explanation or discussion to focus our minds on God.

We pray for the immediate needs in the world, our country, and the church in general and always for St Thomas’s, all its meetings and its people in their needs or ill health etc.

It is usually over within the hour, and those who come always seem to feel blessed for having been in the Lord’s house to meet, discuss and pray and listen for God’s response in those quiet moments.

Anyone is welcome anytime be it occasionally or regularly or as a one off – it is always good to pray.

The Prayer Meeting is held each Tuesday at 7.30pm (Except third Tuesday of each month when it is at 10.30am).


Cytûn Healing Service

Names are read for those needing prayer. There is time for quiet contemplation.

The Cytûn Healing Service on the third Monday each month at 7.00pm.